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All News tagged "Culinary Arts"

Chef arranging salami slices

'I Want to Hug the Guy Who Made This': An Unforgettable Dinner at Drexel

Six courses, five beer and wine pairings, numerous rounds of applause — last week's Friends of James Beard Benefit Dinner at Drexel left a mark on its attendees and raised money for a student in need.

Chef Kevin Sbraga Mentors Drexel Culinary Students and Alumni as they Create a Seasonal Four-Course Dinner

Behind every great chef is the mentor that helped him or her get there. At Drexel University, three alumni and one current student from Drexel’s Center for Hospitality & Sport Management (HSM) have the chance to be mentored by one of Philadelphia’s top chefs, Chef Kevin Sbraga.

Drexel Students Create Gingerbread Mansion for Display at The Shops at Liberty Place

From its gumdrop shingles to its lollipop lampposts, a gingerbread house created by three Drexel University students is among the frosted versions of historic Fairmount Park sites created by local chefs for the Third Annual Gingerbread House Display. The gingerbread models will be on display in The Rotunda at The Shops at Liberty Place (1625 Chestnut St.) from Nov. 4 – 15. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and press event will take place Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 11 a.m.
Culinary students in the kitchen
Spanish omelette

Drexel Website Table Matters Gives Students a Taste of Food Writing

About a year after it launched, the Drexel food website Table Matters has earned wide acclaim and national attention for the students who contribute to it.

Drexel Announces Launch of New Academic Unit in Hospitality and Sport Management

Drexel University announced the launch of the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, reporting directly to the provost. Formerly in the Goodwin College of Professional Studies, the freestanding Center will include programs in sport management, hospitality management, culinary arts and food science. It will be headed up by Dr. Jonathan Deutsch, who previously directed Drexel’s hospitality, culinary and food science programs.
Wonderful Whirl Thru Philly dinner

A Whirlwind of an Adventure, Ending at Drexel

The finish line for the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association’s sixth annual Wonderful Whirl Thru Philly scavenger hunt was Drexel’s Academic Bistro, where hospitality and culinary students prepared a congratulatory reception for the participants.

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Q&A with Genevieve Sherrow: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten-Free

DrexelNow spoke with Genevieve Sherrow to find out more about celiac disease and why gluten-free eating seems to be on the rise.